As always, flexibility expert Kurz stresses the correct sequences of exercises and stretches that make up his safest and fastest stretching method. If you teach others, you must know this method. "You have to know when to do which stretch to get the most out of it," Kurz said. "It is like putting on your socks and shoes--what goes on first makes a lot of difference!"
The "Questions and Answers" chapter is bigger and divided into sections such as Injuries and Stretching, Pain or Soreness and Stretching, Age and Stretching, What and When, Sounds In and Around Joints. Kurz also includes a simple test that will let you test your flexibility potential.
This is not a book for beginners, if you NEED to be able to do a split between two chairs this might be the book for you.Published 14 days ago by William Goodwin
Stretching Scientifically is the ultimate book on stretching. It covers the different types of stretches, their benefits, and provides provides guidance on setting up proper... Read morePublished 5 months ago by David Tapia
Brillant book.. I have accomplished more in two weeks of doing his routines then I have in 15 months. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Nicholas Michael Nicola
This work re-writes the book on flexibility training. Throw out everything you ever thought about flexibility training and start over. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Michael Margello
I'm not concerned with which doctor claims what, I want to know what's the best stretch that will allow the range of motion I need to land a back hook kick to someone's jaw. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Richard Basehart
There's way to much writing in this book and not a lot of stretching-it would be nice to have a section with just the stretches in it!Published 11 months ago by Ammie
For me it seemed like a list of research articles on stretching, if there was a conclusion it was hard to parse.Published 12 months ago by Scott
Well done Mr Kurz. I got a lot out of the first edition and was surprised by the improvements. Awesome.Published 16 months ago by robert j connor